Asia: Its People and History - Schoolhouse Teachers

Asia: It’s People and History

Length: 20 weeks
Includes: Stories, Worksheets and Games
Age/Grade: 2nd – 5th Grades
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How to Use This Course

Asia: Its People and History brings your student a glimpse of what it is like to be a Christian in seven of the countries of Asia. The topics covered include a brief history of the country, what life is like for Christians in these countries, and ways to pray for the persecuted Church. This class uses short stories, nonfiction accounts, worksheets, puzzles, and games to bring this information to the student, with the hope that the student will recognize the need to pray for the persecuted in Asia and around the world. Answer keys are provided where appropriate for the worksheets. The countries can be studied in any order as each unit is an independent study of one country. Parents: Please note that while the topic of persecution is addressed, it is done very sensitively and without graphic detail. As always, we encourage you to preview the material before sharing it with your children.

Course Introduction

I’m Bonnie Rose Hudson, and I’d like to introduce you to seven of the countries of Asia. These are countries where the names of villages and places can be hard to pronounce. They are countries that we don’t always hear a lot about in the news. But they are countries full of families that are just like yours. They are also lands where it can be very dangerous to be a Christian.

We’re going to meet some of the people of Laos, Bangladesh, Nepal, China, Iran, Indonesia, and Vietnam. We’ll learn a little about their history and find out what life is like for Christians who live there. We’ll do this through fictional stories, nonfiction history sections, worksheets, puzzles, and games. I hope you’ll join me and discover ways you can pray for the people of Asia today.

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Short stories, nonfiction history accounts, worksheets, puzzles, and games.

  • Unit One: Laos (4 weeks)
  • Unit Two: Bangladesh (4 weeks)
  • Unit Three: Nepal and China (2 weeks each)
  • Unit Four: A Martyr’s Christmas (2 weeks)
  • Unit Five: Iran and Indonesia (2 weeks each)
  • Unit Six: Vietnam (2 weeks)

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